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was raised by a broad. some of that rubbed off. >> a girl who went from a farm in south africa, won an oscar, brutally honest role as a serial killer. tonight, the as you have probably not seen her before. >> wow, i didn't even know you fancied me. that's amazing. >> charlize theron. this is "piers morgan tonight." let's start with the obvious question. how do you actually pronounce your name? >> charlize theron. >> that's the american way. >> yes. yes. it's how -- it's what i thought would be easier for people. >> what is the correct south african, dare i say it, african's way of pronouncing this? >> charlize theron. >> sexier. say that again. you obviously were raised south african and presumably came to l.a. with a broad south african accent. and then you quite consciously went and taught yourself how to speak in an american accent, right? >> yeah, i mean, look, it was kind of -- i was kind of pushed into a corner. i started going out on auditions. and the feedback was always, she's really great but can she do it in an american accent. my english was very poor. and i still, you'll hear, i
a short break. when we come back, i want to talk to you about south africa where you grew up and about your mother who's been this heroic, constant figure in your life. >> the broad. >> the broad. the other broad. >>> let me just give it to you straight. the truth is, i'm a hooker. i'm trying to clean my life up here, you know, go straight and christian and all. so, if there's anything that you can help me with -- >> i see you've been convicted of a felony. >> yeah, but see that was because -- >> that doesn't even matter because the best you'll get is factory work. hey, todd, do we even have factory work? >> i'm sorry. look, i'm just trying to talk to you woman to woman truthfully. you know? hey, hey, hey! >> that was charlize theron as eileen warner in "monster." that wasn't just heralded as a great movie. i read serious critics in america saying it was one of the greatest performances in the history of acting. an amazing thing to say about a young actress in your position then, but it was an astounding film. and so visceral and raw, that character, and when you look back on it now, a
, i accept that. we'll take a short break. when we come back, i want to talk to you about south africa where you grew up and about your mother who's been this heroic, constant figure in your life. >> the broad. >> the broad. the other broad. my doctor told me calcium is best absorbed in small continuous amounts. only one calcium supplement does that in one daily dose. new citracal slow release... continuously releases calcium plus d for the efficient absorption my body needs. citracal. you want that? you want a warm, super-delicious strawberry toaster strudel yeah but now i have nothing to eat sure you do. hey! you can have the pop tart! pillsbury toaster strudel. the one kids want to eat pillsbthis past year alone there was a 93% increase in cyber attacks. in financial transactions... on devices... in social interactions... and applications in the cloud. some companies are worried. some, not so much. thanks to a network that secures it all and knows what to keep in, and what to keep out. outsmart the threats. see how at cisco. britta olsen is my patient. i spend long hours w
. on libya, i thanked president zuma for south africa's support in securing united nations security resolution 1970 and 1973 and voice leadership in the african union on this vital issue. now, it is no secret that we have disagreed on some aspects of how to respond to violence in libya, but we are agreed on the immediate imperative that all sides must take every effort to avoid the loss of civilian life. we agree on the process needed that the only safe and peaceful solution lies through a political transition, led and owned by the libyan people and backed by the united nations. and we agree on the ultimate destination that gaddafi must step aside to allow the people of libya to decide their own future in a democratic and united libya. on zimbabwe, we discuss how much we welcome the efforts of south africa and the south african development community to achieve a peaceful, prosperous, and democratic zimbabwe. we support the efforts to agree a robust road map in zimbabwe based around a reform elections. and as the road map delivers real political change, so britain is ready to revisit
trying to get them to become muslim. it is a buffer in south africa. >> there have been attacks in border regions. >> the north is trying to determine the border. they want to mandate what the border is without the south having a say. this border area is rich in oil. in april and may it was over a billion dollars. they want to clear the people and make it secure for the oil. they want to determine what the border is. >> this new nation is facing a refugee crisis, isn't it? >> yes, tens of thousands are refugee. so they had no homes to return to. many of the people from the recent fighting have no homes. big humanitarian crisis in south sudan. >> what does the future hold for south sudan? >> it is bright if people can help them and build roads and in essence tugss. tugs. >> the world watching, what should we pray for? >> for the peace of sudan and pray that many more people come to the lord. so pray for the peace of sudan no. 1, no. 2, pray that more people will be open to the gospel and have an opportunity to hear it. >> governments like the u.s., what can we do to help? >> u.s. governmen
. the goodness for gold producing countries like south africa. but now goldminers have gone out on strike. >> work at four of south africa's biggest gold mines has come to a grinding halt. 250,000 miners are demanding a wage increase. >> we cannot survive on that wage. >> miners and south africa's coal pits are also calling for higher pay, but mine operators are only offering half of what the striking workers are asking for. still, they vow to continue the strike until their demands are met. >>> thank you, monica. turkey's top four military officers have stepped down amid rising tension from the rest -- from the arrest of dozens of officers plotting to overthrow the government. they include commanders of the navy, army, and air force. the move comes hours after a court charged 22 suspects of carrying out an internet campaign against the government. tensions have run recently between military leaders and the predominantly islamic government of the prime minister. >>> french investigators say the 2009 crash of an air france jet into the like it was probably because of faulty instruments and
country into its fold, a country called south sudan, the first new country that's been created in africa since e rhett rea in 1993. what does the future hold for it? we're back with nicholas kristof of "new york times" and peter godwin, both just back from the continent. peter, was there concern when you were talking to people in south africa whether there might be a war in sudan? >> yes, i think there has been a lot of concern. the truth is many of the issues that still need to be resolved have simply been put off until after the weekend. and so there are a bunch of issues that have just been put to one side. i do think, though, and it's difficult to keep up, i mean, there are seven different rebel groups in the south. i mean, you know, attacking the sbla. never mind north/south stuff. there's so much too to try and figure out. but at the end of the day, the truth is about 75% of the oil reserves, which the south is 75 reserves which the south is overwhelmingly reliant on are in the south. all pipe lines go through the north. at the end of the day, neither north or south has got an appe
trip to south africa short as he tries to reassure the public the investigation will be fair. >> the metropolitan police service inquiry must go wherever the evidence leads. they should investigate without fear or favor. >> reporter: britain's serious fraud office could be next to launch a probe into the phone hacking allegations. the government anti-fraud agency is also ready to help u.s. authorities who are looking into whether 9/11 families were hacking victims. rupert murdoch, his son james, and murdock's former british ceo rebecca brooks will likely face punishing questions from lawmakers when they appear before parliament tuesday. brooks was arrested over the weekend and released on bail. she spent hours answering questions about what she knew about hacking while she was in charge. >> she is not guilty of any criminal offense. >> reporter: police have arrested 10 people in connection with the investigation but no one has been charged with a crime yet. tina krause, cbs news, london. >> still to come on 9news now at noonl this be the week that the stalemate over the budge
of the man who tried to kill him. don teague, cbs news, dallas. >> schieffer: south africa celebrated as nelson mandela turned 93 today. mandela spent the day with his family. he was in prison for 27 years for leading the fight against apartheid but later became his country's first black president. around south africa today, millions of school children sang happy birthday to him. an alarming number of children in this country are going hungry. what some families are doing to make sure kids get enough to eat is our next story. i have copd. if you have it, you know how hard it can be to breathe and what that feels like. copd includes chronic bronchitis and emphysema. spiriva helps control my copd symptoms... keeping my airways open... ...a full 24 hours. plus, it reduces copd flare-ups. spiriva is the only once-daily inhaled copd maintenance treatment that does both. and it's steroid-free. spiriva does not replace fast-acting inhalers for sudden symptoms. tell your doctor if you have kidney problems, glaucoma, trouble urinating, or an enlarged prostate. these may worsen with spiri
is on an awkwardly timed trip to south africa. he is cutting it short to return home to make another statement. the labor leader says he is not capable of giving the leadership required. >> the company needs strong leadership to restore trust in politics, the press, and the police. the prime minister is unable to show that leadership because of the decision he made to hire andy in the first place. he has failed to answer clear questions. there's also his inexplicable failure to apologize for the terrible error of judgment in hiring him. >> david cameron insisted there was no comparison between his behavior and that of the metropolitan police. >> and not believe the situations are the same in any form. in terms of any colson, no one has argued the work he did in government in was in any way inappropriate or bad. he worked well in government. he then left government. there is a contrast with the situation in the metropolitan police. clearly the issues have been around whether or not the investigation is being pursued properly. >> the inquiry is making more extraordinary headlines. police officer
of south africa. bringing traffic to a halt and closing schools and businesses. parts of south africa receive a dusting once or twice a year. this snow is in joe hansberg and a red -- johannesburg and a red alert has been issued because it's so cold. >> thank you. appreciate that. >>> we have our taste of nice temperatures lower humidity and it's 73 in baltimore. 60s just north and west of the beltway. and 60s extend through pennsylvania and the great lakes this morning. 64 buffalo. 65 detroit. and cleveland. then back into the 70s near chicago. and 82 currently in st. louis. you traveling out west you are back into the heat and hugh miity and that gets in here in another day's time. we talk about severe weather hitting massachusetts and connecticut yesterday. it's wrapping around this area of low pressure. but the winds behind that dropping out of the north. that's what helps to drag down the refreshing canadian air. frontal boundary off the coast. next cluster of storms, the sign of the return of heat and humidity that will build back in here going through the rest of the week and i
lite test strips. call or click today. >>> millions of school children across south africa took time today to join the world-wide tributes for nelson mandela who celebrated his 91st birthday who celebrated the day. you will notice many of them are wearing shirts that say nelson mandela day. that is a name of a project in its third year, something you can be a part of. the idea is to take 67 minutes and do something, something that's going to help someone. 67 minutes in honor of the 67 years mandela devoted to service of the people of south africa, including his nearly three decades as a political prisoner. today, people across the world did their part from planting gardens to donating books in south africa to painting benches in new york's central park. >>> up next, the sarah palin promotional video disguised as a documentary hit theaters this weekend and you're not the only one who didn't see it. >>> and the real republican candidates are struggling for cash, and rudy giuliani praises rupert murdoch. boy, i'm glad we got aflac huh. aflac! oh, i've just got major medical... major med
. >> is cutting short a trip today to south africa. >> order. when are they going to do the decent thing and resign? >> congress now has 15 days to pass a bill to raise the debt ceiling before the united states government goes into a catastrophic default on august 2nd. today harry reid announced the senate will meet every day until the debt ceiling is raised. yesterday, david rogers of politico discovered and reported that house speaker john boehner and eric cantor held a secret meeting with barack obama at the white house. a republican leadership aide said "the lines of communication are being kept open, but there's nothing to report in terms of an agreement or progress." tomorrow the house republicans will hold a vote on the tea party's preferred solution to deficit reduction, the cut, cap, and balance bill, a bill that would slash spending and make raising taxes even more impossible than it seems to be now. the head of the non-partisan center on budget and policy priorities, bob greenstein described the cut, cap, and balance bill as "one of the most id logically extreme pieces of majo
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with us. the dramatic rescue is caught on tape. >>> and in south africa, justin, perk up. snow. by the foot. yeah. it's shut the area down there. we will give outnew images from johannesburg. >>> first, time to say happy birthday to those of you celebrating. we know her and love her cheryl conner celebrating a birthday today. happy birthday, cheryl. hope it's great one>> and the picture of the day. michael phelps of the 200 meter butterfly in the final day 11th, in shanghai china, 14- time olympic champion didn't like losing the 200 meter free style and even if it was good it was good to see him competing. >> we will be right back. it's time to rethink pet food, how it's made and how it keeps your pet healthy and active. innova is the leader in holistic pet food made with natural high-quality proteins, whole grains, and farm-fresh fruits and vegetables like apples and carrots to give your pet more out of every ingredient. and we make innova the way you'd make it, with everything they need and nothing they don't. innova is pet food made right, so you can feed them right. find it
. >> it's so exciting, you know, i've done incredibly well in south africa. i've released four albums, i've won nine south african music awards, and i currently have the highest selling dvd and all of my albums have gone platinum. so i'm just experiencing this wonderful expre wonderful success and really just spreading my wings. i know i've got a lot of fans in the united states with my friends on facebook and done a few things here. at the moment, i just released an ep, and in february i come through and launch the full album. >> what will be different with this new album from your past work that you released in south africa? >> it's really -- it's like really like a best of. because people have grown accustomed to the music and they love it. and it's just to find a way of packaging all the songs for the united states in particular. and in the future, of course, i think, inevitably, there'll be a different influence. i just came from a european tour and i'm touring here for the first time. so i think the sound will inevitably evolve and be influenced by that experience. >> who has influ
. >> there's no doubt, i think, that south africa still has problems, but in terms of its multi-culture, multi-racial status, nothing better exemplified this than the soccer field cup, you can see how far that country has now come politically and socially and racially since mandela was released. >> heavens, yes. however, the biggest problem they have in south africa is education. there are so, so many people there who are denied proper education, the first order of business, was to try and get as many of those kids educated as possible. i think that one of the the -- holdovers of that whole problem is when they have elections. i'm going to get into trouble for saying this, but until there was a more educated electorate, they're going to have one party. >> i know that it's a fairly contentious thing to say. i don't think any sensible person would argue with that. monday is nelson mandela day. >> i know that it's a fairly contentious thing to say. i don't think any sensible person would argue with that. monday is nelson mandela day. he turns 93. to celebrate his life. there's this
of them, but it'll show you a variety -- in south africa, this is bonhoeffer in south africa. we visited there the last year there was apartheid. a young leader in a movement that helped bring down the regime, they were reading bonn how farer because they were -- bonhoeffer because they were learning from him how you outlast regimes. and it had an enormous impact in that way. the hardest thing, i think, was to figure germany itself. first of all, the conventional historic lutherans had real problem with him because luther liked where paul the apostle wrote every soul should be subject to the higher powers, and if you resist them, you're condemned. obviously, bonhoeffer's resisting the powers, he's ready to kill the head man. what are you going to do with him? his own parish was not allowed to use his name as a memorial. the closer you got to that, the east germans had taken to it right away because he was upsetting some of the things that they were after. today it's very different. there's a bonhoeffer church in london where he served for a year. almost anywhere in the world except his h
the best students will go elsewhere. >> their opportunities are in europe, australia, south africa, they are not in the united states. >> what does that say about us as a country? >> i think we have misguided priorities. >> the funding came from paul allen of microsoft. state of california paid for the operation of the telescope. if every american contributed one cent the telescope could continue to operate. >> is there a way to accurately predict when and where a quake will strike? recently a lecture was given about fact and fiction. >> when he stepped up to a podium to talk about earthquakes seismologists listen. >> we look at gps that shows us how the plates are moving. >> he has dedicated two decades of her life to figure out what makes the earth move. her opinion predicting earthquake says science fiction. >> if people were making headway one, would have predictions now before the earthquake happened, not after the earthquake happened. >> it's a plausible theory to moon tides is a precursor and devastation in japan is most recent example but no no one knows when or where they
. >> related to the prime minister is close relationship. speaking in south africa, david cameron rejected suggestions that there was simply a similarity. >> i would say that the situation is really quite different from the situation in government. not least of which is the issue at which we are looking at and the ones around them that do not have direct bearing some public confidence into the news of the world and to the police themselves. >> the prime minister appointed the editor at the time, you would think it is one more for the politics and one more for the police. >> others under the spotlight were tasked with the vetting him before he was employed. one member of the metropolitan police authority says that there should be more focus on the role of police in hackings scandals. >> there appears to be a certain amount of eagle behavior on the part of the police. i would have thought that that was the next step. >> rebekah brooks has been released on bail following her rest yesterday. this comes as a she, rupert murdoch, and his son, james, are due to give evidence tomorrow. >> david ca
was on her way back to south africa after learning he had a third child out of wedlock. reports say she was stopped by police who persuaded her not to be a bolting bride. the family denies it. >> the family has been plagued by a lot of scandal. >> some may wonder if these are tears of joy. the couple began life together arm in arm shower by flower petals. who is to say the bloom will not last? >>> i looked up the souvenirs' i can buy to remember the day. the good news is that i can give you an official portrait of the couple for only eight euros. a key gene was going to cost me like 21550 euros. [laughter] >> we're looking at a nice evening for most of the area. the clouds are beginning to increase from west to east. there should not be much of a problem for the immediate metro area. a few showers and thunderstorms are popping up west of the area. 95 is the official pipe at reagan national. we are above average again. 101 is the record. it is 92 at this hour. dew point levels are in the mid- 50s. that is why it feels so comfortable. it will feel much different tomorrow. the humidity lev
can sink your teeth into. this is from south africa. and barbeque ribs from stubb's. his grandkids from austin, texas, were cooking up the samples. how is business? >> really good. we are busy. >> normally the show is in new york. but it's here this year and next. unfortunately, it is not open to the public. you have to be a member to attend. in northwest washington reporting for abc 7 news sam ford. >> i love that he did some serious investigative reporting. >> he did. a good assignment for him. >>> we have a lot more to come on "good morning washington." we will be right back. [ child's voice ] ooh, that looks good. [ child's voice ] can i have some? [ child's voice ] you guys should rock paper, scissors for it. ok. [ chuckles ] best of three? sure. one-two-three-shoot. one-two-three-shoot. [ scoffs ] one-two-three-shoot. one-two-three-shoot. one-two-three-shoot. one-two-three-shoot. i win! oh, man. [ muffled ] congratulations. [ male announcer ] get your own bbq pulled pork sub at subway®. tender, slow-cooked pork with irresistibly bold barbecue sauce.
is having a short trip here in south africa. he is coming back early tonight. he must prepare for the statement he will make to parliament tomorrow. he has to answer questions on the back of the evidence sessions that take place in parliament today. >> things. -- thanks. we are looking at the political fallout and how this is affecting david cameron. police are being questioned along with the murdochs with brooks after james and rupert. live coverage here on bbc world news. stay with us. back to you. >> plenty more to come. the caped crusader is alive on stage. a foreign minister has offered to resign following an explosion at a naval base that killed 13 and destroyed an island's major allegis the power station. the president is coming under growing public pressure to stand down. ministers have been aware of potential dangers at the naval base for several years. >> 1310 and the primary source of electricity destroyed when confiscated explosives carelessly stored at the island's naval base was accidentally detonated. the political package is likely to be even greater. it was an
-- droughts in russia, south africa, south america -- floods in australia, much of this country, and we are into a world food shortage. prices are going up. some food is not available. it is a slow process that every week and every month at the supermarket, the new reality is the parent. sometimes, the things we wait for, and wait for, and finally believes are not coming, into a riot. global warming, it may be, or it may not be, but weather is taking its toll on world food production. not a happy thought. i do have a very special program for you today with our celebration of black history month, talking to a great correspondent of the white house who has written a book about african-americans through history of the white house and the associations between presidents and african-american leaders, from the time of george washington to president obama. i will be joined by an african- american broadcaster, my friend, george wilson. we will be right back. >> "white house chronicle is produced in collaboration with howard university television. now, your program host, national and syndicated
of jobs cut by 33%. -- that number jumps up by 33%. >>> the former leader of south africa but is marking a milestone. about 12 million children all across south america -- south africa started the day singing happy birthday to nelson mandela. he turns 92 years old today. the united nations declared july 18 as national nelson mandela day. >> the shuttle atlantis is now closing a chapter in history. the crew is leaving the international space station for the final time before -- before the final time. they posted an american flag that flew on the first space shuttle. the schedule is scheduled to land -- the shuttle is scheduled to land early on thursday in florida. >> the end of a very proud era. >>> severe weather brought the house down over the weekend. a heavy storm moved in quickly and toppled the stage. a few people did get seriously hurt their. cheap trick members were thrown off their feet but none of them were hurt. look at that. >>> the past couple of days, they are being pounded by big storms. pieces of that are coming this way. we may see a few isolated showers. this is typical
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